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left coast right coast: week 11

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Left coast / Right coast is a photo collaboration between Phil in California and Dave in Maryland.

donner lake moss

We took a road trip to Truckee to visit friends and spend some time in the snow.  We did a short walk by Donner Lake where we encountered this tree covered with snow and bright green moss.

Phil

This is a still from a video I took of me playing tennis.  I like the colors and that it was a warm day in February.

Dave

left coast right coast: week 5

I had wanted to keep the left coast/right coast series to photos from the past week, but there are too many interesting ones from Seattle. Here’s a shot taken along South Jackson St. in the International District.
-Phil

We went for a walk at the Patuxent Wildlife Refuge in Laurel.  There were several large flocks of these birds going by.  I call them cowbirds, but don’t actually know what they are.
-Dave
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Left coast right coast: week 4

We visited a friend who lives in Seattle. We had a great time. Here’s a photo from a great little hike that she took us on.
-Phil

This was taken the morning after “Snowtober” (rare October snow in DC). It was cold and there was this neat frost on the car.
-Dave
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left coast right coast: week 3

the sun was setting and we were at urban ore ecopark. i was looking at the sun through a hall of doors.
-Phil

our carrot harvest – a yellow type called ‘Creme de Lite’ – about 200 were yellow and there was just one orange one.
-Dave
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left coast right coast: week 2

I went to a friend’s birthday party on Saturday in the El Cerrito hills. I got there as the sun was setting and saw this along the way. I was drenched in sweat from the hill climb.
-Phil

We took our daughter to the Maryland Renaissance festival a few weeks ago and this is her response to the elephants.
-Dave
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introducing: left coast right coast

Welcome to our first left coast right coast post. 

My girlfriend shared a link to the amazing 3191 miles apart blog, and I thought that working on a similar project with a friend on the opposite coast would be a great way to keep in touch share unique and images from our daily lives.

This first photo is of a little baby boo squash on our dining table.
-Phil

A friend gave me a cutting of this rose in a styrofoam cup. Two years later it’s 6′ tall and beautiful. It’s called
‘Allister Stella Gray’.
-Dave
 
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